Forestry Corporation tasked with upgrading facilities

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  • Wednesday, 29 Nov 2017

KUCHING: The second series of the Auditor-General (AG) Report is getting the Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) to take proactive measures to raise funds for the maintenance and repair of its national park facilities.

The report found the management of park facilities in Bako, Niah and Bukit Lambir national parks, including the condition of workers barrack and living quarters, as unsatisfactory.

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